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What to wear in Phoenix?

What to wear in Phoenix? This page provides information about appropriate clothes in Phoenix when you travel.

Phoenix the capital of Arizona, is infamous for its balmy and dry weather. This expansive metropolis is frequently called the 'Valley of Sun' and for good reason! Nearby diversions include the Grand Canyon, the amazing Sonora deserts, wonderful golfing, and various attractions. But what to wear is always a complicated impasse when it comes to Phoenix whether you are visiting or live in the city.

We give you the information on 5 Days Clothes Forecast and Monthly Clothing Forecast in this city.

  1. 5 Day Clothes Forecast
  2. Monthly Clothes Forecast

5 Day Clothes Forecast

5 day clothes forecast and weather forecast in Phoenix are as follows, and these are updated daily.

Phoenix - Dec 12(Wednesday)

During the day

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At night

A winter coat, gloves, warm hat and scarf. It is cold, so keep warm enough.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

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Afternoon :

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Night :

clear sky

Phoenix - Dec 13(Thursday)

During the day

A jacket or light coat will be comfortable.

At night

A winter coat, gloves, warm hat and scarf. It is cold, so keep warm enough.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

clear sky

Afternoon :

clear sky

Night :

clear sky

Phoenix - Dec 14(Friday)

During the day

A light jacket or sweater will be comfortable.

At night

It is cold enough to wear a coat, you will need winter clothes.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

few clouds

Afternoon :

scattered clouds

Night :

overcast clouds

Phoenix - Dec 15(Saturday)

During the day

A long-sleeved shirt, and a light cardigan or light sweater is necessary.

At night

A winter coat, gloves, warm hat and scarf. It is cold, so keep warm enough.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

overcast clouds

Afternoon :

clear sky

Night :

clear sky

Phoenix - Dec 16(Sunday)

During the day

A long-sleeved shirt, and a light cardigan or light sweater is necessary.

At night

A winter coat, gloves, warm hat and scarf. It is cold, so keep warm enough.


Weather Forecast

Morning :

clear sky

Afternoon :

clear sky

Night :

clear sky

5 Day Clothes Forecast is described about appropriate clothes according to temperature of weather forecast for each day.

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Monthly Clothes Forecast

Monthly clothes forecast in Phoenix is as follows.

monthClothes Forecast
JanA long-sleeved shirt, and a light cardigan or sweater will be comfortable.
FebSometimes a T-shirt, short-sleeved shirt. But sometimes a long-sleeved shirt, light cardigan, sweater are necessary.
Mar
Apr
A T-shirt, tank top or short-sleeved shirt. Sometimes a long-sleeved shirt is necessary.
MayA T-shirt or tank top. And shorts or jeans.
Sometimes extremely hot, you had better not go out for a long time.
Jun
Jul
Aug
A T-shirt or tank top, and shorts.
Extremely hot, you had better not go out for a long time.
SepA T-shirt or tank top. And shorts or jeans.
Sometimes extremely hot, you had better not go out for a long time.
OctA T-shirt, tank top or short-sleeved shirt. Sometimes a long-sleeved shirt is necessary.
NovSometimes a T-shirt, short-sleeved shirt. But sometimes a long-sleeved shirt, light cardigan, sweater are necessary.
DecA long-sleeved shirt, and a light cardigan or sweater will be comfortable.

Monthly average temperature in Phoenix

Low : Average low temperature, High : Average high temperature

Dressing For The Weather In Phoenix

What to wear is always a complicated impasse when it comes to Phoenix whether you are visiting or live in the city. Questions concerning whether a light or heavy coat is appropriate during the winter season, if dark colors attract too much heat, how to dress in business attire when its scorching hot are all appropriate questions for such a multifaceted climate. Hopefully, this article will ease any anxieties you might have help you to make the correct choices when it comes to the appropriate attire for each season in Phoenix, Arizona.

A Few Things to Know About the Weather

The city of Phoenix is said to have the hottest climate of any leading city in the United States due to its location over a region of the Sonoran Desert. The city has a subtropical dry climate resulting in tolerable springs, scorching hot summers, undistinguishable autumns, and mild winters. In general, the sun is virtually always shining with an 85 percent chance of sun rays, great if you like tanning, with intermittent rainfall. Probably what's most bothersome are the high temperatures during the summer season. With the possibility of reaching 120°F, lightweight clothing in pastel or bright shades are best for staying cool. Still, hot-is-hot and no amount of colors or lightweight attire will shield you from the magnitude of the intense heat. If you are not required to go out, it's probably best to stay indoors under the comfort of an air conditioner until the weather cools down if you find the high-temperatures unbearable.

Appropriate Clothing for Phoenix Seasons

Is heavier clothing ever appropriate?

Well, that depends. During the winter season there are days when the temperature goes as lows as 30 degrees between the day and nighttime hours. In addition frost appears in sections of the city as well. Therefore, some heavier clothing like jackets, sweaters, slacks in heavy materials like denim and corduroy, wool skirts and dresses, even stockings will be more than adequate. Keep in mind that Phoenix is void of traditional seasonal changes and only two hours away, near Sedona or Grand Canyon, the weather becomes climactic.

The heat gets intense, what should you do?

The sun gets scorching hot in Phoenix so flip-flops are not the most appropriate footwear as your feet might get sunburned. Sleeveless tops, shorts or capri pants, summery dresses, t-shirts, soft shoes that cover your feet are ideal. Sunglasses with UV protection and sunscreen are a must. Water can be cooling in intense heat so be sure to bring swimwear for a dip in the pool or swimming at the beach.

Spring

Springtime in Phoenix consists of occasional showers, dry spells, and occasional snow in the mountain regions. Nothing too erratic. Both shorts and long pants will do along with a hoodie/sweatshirt or lightweight sweater and sneakers. Don't forget an umbrella in case it rains.

Summer

Sizzling hot are the best words to use for Phoenix summers. Short of walking around stark naked light clothing, shoes that cover your feet--espadrilles come to mind or lightweight sneakers--a jean jacket for those nighttime temperature surprises, and a wide-brimmed hat to protect your face from the sun are necessities. Lightweight loose fitting clothing is best for adults and children. June is the driest month with the most sun with the warmest weather in July. Temperatures average at their lowest at roughly 68°F to 75°F while the highest temperatures usually reach 102°F to 106°F. Typically temperatures are over 100°F for at least 110 days of the year from May to early September. In summer there are 12-hrs of sunlight daily with 14-hrs of blazing sun in June. August is the rainiest month but offers little relief as it only rains five days out of the month!

Winter

Cooler temperatures are roughly between 39°F and 46°F with the average high temperature between 66°F and 75°F. December is the coldest month when several days a year the temperature drops below freezing. This could be a welcome change from the scorching summer temperatures! In any case, jeans are ideal and any long pants of medium weight material. Dresses worn with nylon stockings for additional warmth will help retain heat. Long-sleeve tops and accessories like scarves, gloves, and hats, all come in handy. During the day the temperature will rise a bit so be prepared with a lightweight overcoat and short-sleeve tops.

TIP: If you are the recreational type, a pair of burly hiking boots for rock-strewn terrain and slippery desert pathways will keep you steady.

(Please as a reference only, because the temperature varies depending on the day.)

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